bats, owls, and personalities.

When I put Emily’s owl on the chair next to my ice bat, I immediately realized that they are actually us. The primary exceptions to these metaphorical likenesses of us is that Emily’s sleep patterns in no way resemble that of an owl, while I work really hard not to have that perpetual look of shock and dismay Señor Bat is exhibiting.

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